The most expensive caviar in the world right now belongs to the Almas Beluga caviar. The word “Almas” means diamond, a suitable name for the world’s most expensive caviar. This most expensive caviar in the world appear in white and comes from the Beluga Sturgeon, native to the Caspian Sea. Generally, the light color of this most expensive caviar in the world comes from the old fish.
Almas Beluga Caviar
As for the word “caviar”, it comes from the Persian word “Khag-avar” which means the roe-generator. In Medieval Russia, cavia was a peasant food, but by the time Shakespeare wrote, caviar had gained its association with connoisseurship and luxury. An important fact about caviar is that the caviar is the old and elegant fish and also exquisite in the flavor.
This most expensive caviar in the world comes from Iran and is one of the rarest and the most expensive of all. The only known outlet which sells this most expensive caviar in the world is the Caviar House & Prunier in London. The outlet, England’s Picadilly sells a kilo of this most expensive caviar in the world in a 24-karat gold tin for about $25,000. This outlet also sells a-800-Euro tin of this most expensive caviar in the world on a smaller budget.
This most expensive caviar in the world is composed of pea-sized and gray eggs. Generally, the lighter the color is, the more expensive it is. There are also grades in this level of selling this most expensive caviar in the world: 0 (darkest color), 00 (medium toned) and 000 (lightest color). The 000 grade is the most expensive of all and is sometimes referred to as “royal caviar” which is often described as rich and silky.
All caviar, including this most expensive caviar in the world has an extremely short shelf life, so, if you’re able to afford it, make sure you eat them all.